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Stop The Bleeding Lips

Here are 2 options to help you stop the bleeding.

Red lips are gorgeous, but they tend to bleed, so how do we stop that?

Option 1 (6 Steps)

Step 1:

Exfoliate. (With a lip scrub or an old toothbrush)

Step 2:

Moisturize. (Apply lip balm, let it soak in for a few minutes then lightly dab off)

Step 3:

Conceal. (Apply a thin layer of concealer on your lips)

Step 4:

Outline. (Outline your lips with a lip liner)

Step 5:

Colour In. (Apply your lipstick)

Step 6: *Optional*

Matte It or Gloss It Out. (If you want your lips matte, apply translucent powder on top. If you want them glossy then apply your favourite gloss)

Option 2 (3 Steps)

Step 1:

Colour Inside The Lines. (With your lip liner outline and colour in your lips)

Step 2:

Colour In. (Apply your lipstick)

Step 3: *Optional* 

Matte It or Gloss It Out. (For matte lips, apply translucent powder on top. For glossy lips apply your favourite gloss)

This can be done with any colour of lipsticks. Red lipstick isn’t the only one that bleeds.
Enjoy this holiday season with family and friends, and not the mirror. You should only touch up your lip colour not clean up your lip colour.
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